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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Overthrowing the Mullahs

A well-written road map to topple the mad mullahs of Iran by Mr. Kenneth R. Timmerman:

Posted by Winston on January 18, 2007 in International Affairs | Permalink


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The idea is not new.

It is like an outhouse, that desperately needs to be flushed.

The question is not whether it can be flushed, because outhouses by nature cannot be flushed, but whether there is a design out there good enough to make an outhouse that can be flushed.

OK, OK so what does an outhouse and Syria have in common?

Well, as far as I am concerned, they both stink.

Neither are places where you would want me to go.

Just that the outhouse is easier to deal with, and does not encourage, whether by commission or ommission, idiots to go to other countries, and train them to explode themselves, killing innocent people, while encourageing Carter types to say idiot statement like "it's not terrorism" in that irritatingly squeaky little voice to an audience of al jazeerites.

Posted by: Lady | 2007-01-18 11:45:41 AM

The Bush-Pelosi regime has a more immediate short term cure that involves the US naval build up in the Mediterranean and F-15 surgical strikes on "political" targets...seeing how so much of Iran's "mad" political policy comes from these Mullahs...perhaps we will see the US toss a few bombs down the "hole" of these "outhouses" just to stir up some sXXt

Posted by: Wlyonmackenzie | 2007-01-19 8:26:16 AM

The mullahs have always been a problem. I agree it is about time to toss a few bombs down the hole and stir up the s##t. How does one teach Iranians to overthrow the idiot in the house and put in more sensible, less suicidal leaders ?? It seems to me that we are going to have to go into Iran and whip their butts.

Posted by: Freedom of speech | 2007-01-19 1:29:58 PM

Freedom of Speach,

You are aware, the President of Iran is not the top or supreme leader, are you not?

In Iran, the leader that gets elected has to be Oked first by the Supreme leader. If not, he cannot get on the election ballot. Therefore, it is not a free democracy, but a fake one.

Posted by: Lady | 2007-01-19 1:37:49 PM

Lady, you are correct.

Posted by: Winston | 2007-01-19 3:39:01 PM

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